2011 Lexus CT 200h review By Kelsey Mays

Americans love hybrid hatchbacks, but mostly for the hybrid part; overall, we're still lukewarm on traditional hatchbacks. Lexus added a third ingredient — budget luxury — to create the CT 200h. With a starting price just over $29,000, it's the least expensive Lexus in nearly two decades, and it shows.

The 2011 CT 200h feels at times like a cut-rate Lexus, but its combination of fuel efficiency and handling should win the brand some much-needed younger buyers.

The front-wheel-drive CT's styling is the closest yet to Lexus' LF-Gh concept, and it comes in base and Premium trims, which you can compare here. We evaluated a CT 200h Premium.

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Power windows
The power windows can be opened and closed using the switches. Operating the switch moves the windows as follows: 1. Closing. 2. One-touch closing*. 3. Opening. 4. One-touch opening*. *:Pushin ...

Pricing Notes
The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) on these mid-size sport sedans reflect their impressive content and capabilities while keeping them competitive and in line with offerings from th ...

Vanity mirrors
Slide the cover to open. The light turns on when the cover is opened. NOTICE: When not in use Keep the vanity mirror closed. To prevent 12-volt battery discharge Do not leave the vanity light ...